About my boat


41′ (12.5 m) WILLIAMS BOAT WORKS

Mfg-1998   Model-1998,    Refit-2001,   Professionally rewired in 2004,   Upgrades in 2009

LOA: 41′ (12.5 m)

Beam: 22′ (6.7 m)

Draft: Min 2’10” (0.9 m)                     

Mfg: WILLIAMS BOAT WORKS

LWL: 35′ (10.7 m)                            Model: Custom 41

Speed: 7 knots @1600 rpm / 11 knots @2500 rpm

Type: Trimaran

Location: San Francisco Bay, California

Flag: United States

Specifications:

Hull Mtrl: Fiberglass Sandwich    

Hull Designer: Lauren Williams

Disp: 8000 (3628.8 kg)

Engines: Single Isuzu 3ABI     40 HP , 1500hrs

Engines Year: 1998

Range: 350

Fuel Cap: Stainless Steel – 78 g (295 l)

Water Cap: Aluminum – 70 g (265 l)

Holding Tank: 9 g (34 l )

Staterooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Heads:   1

ACCOMMODATIONS

Outer Hulls

The outer hulls are basically mirror images of each other. Two large (48″x78″) double berths are located over the wings. There are shoe storage lockers at the foot of each bunk. Each bunk also has (2) reading lamps, (2) HELLAS fans, a hurricane lantern and a small shelf on the forward end. Outside the bunks are (4) storage cubbyholes built in underneath. The forward end of the outer hulls has a mirrored door on the hanging locker. Outboard are (6) doors with tilt out bins for clothes. There are (3) opening ports and overhead hatches for excellent light and ventilation. Aft of each bunk is a large storage area port side is open for containers, but starboard side has built in shelves and access to the air conditioning. There is 5’6″ headroom in the out hulls.

Head

Head is located forward in center hull. Solid Birdseye and opaque LEXSAN doors for privacy. Stainless stel sink to starboard with stainless steel container mounted over. Compartmentalized vanity and large oval mirror with sitting stool. Hurricane lantern mounted near sink. Sitting area forward with holding tank under and access to chain locker through watertight opening in culkhead. Two large cabinets on the port side also house a 4 roll toilet paper dispenser which leads to a slot under the cabinet next to head There are more storage bins above the cabinet. (4) opening portholes, (1) large hatch, (2) Halogen lights and (2) fans keep this room fresh and bright. There are also (2) removable flushing handles, (2) towel racks and (2) more cabinets under the sink. The chain locker has a fiber glassed in drain with a sub floor angle to the drain, which leaves no standing water after the anchor is hoisted.

Back Deck and Cockpit Area

Back deck/cockpit area is 8×20 feet and is fully protected for children and animals with a shade screen material, which still enable a breeze to flow through. The starboard side has a dinette table with seating for 4, with 2 removable chairs to access sheet winches when sailing. Table drops down to convert to an outside bunk for sleeping under the stars. A sunshade mounts over the table for comfort in heat. A 12×12 foot hard top covers the centerline helm with Eisenglass windshield in front for spray protection.  Companionway hatch just beside to starbaord. Chrome plated brass bell mounted on SS wire channeling. Depth, speed, horn and Auto Pilot controls mounted just to starboard of companionway. Mounted to port of helm are VHF and CP100C, which is the main brain of the boat. All electronics are interfaced to this instrument through NEMA connections, plus two video inputs which could connect to a closed circuit camera mounted anywhere on the boat, but it is currently connected to the DVD player. Now imagine watching a movie at sea (or anchor) in the comfort of the cockpit. Also, to port of the helm is the propane locker for tank in use (2 extras), EPIRB, 2 winch handle holders and the galley window. Port side of the cockpit has SCANVIK fresh water shower and Jerry jug storage. There are two ladders (one each side) to access top deck of hardtop; this area makes a great lookout vantage point as well as an easy sail flaking platform. Large stainless steel arch off back holds all antennas, instruments, wind generator and dinghy davits. Heavy-duty stainless steel dive/swim/boarding ladder permanently mounted on the side of canoe stern of center hull. Large center hatch accesses workshop/storage area with about 5 ft. of headroom. Located in this room are the RACOR filters, steering quadrant & rudder post, water maker and emergency fuel cut off and engine exhaust riser.

Features

Insulation carpet hull covering to keep out condensation and noise.

Pionite black slate countertops with storage areas under

Teak and Holly cabin sole

Eastern hard rock Birdseye Maple

All furnishings are modular and can be removed

Accent rope lighting under countertops

Halogen 12V overhead lights

Removable maple panels and beams on overhead

Stainless steel hand rails for holding on.

Navigation Station Area

Navigation area is just to starboard after entering through the companionway, (2) halogen-recessed lights make the area bright for easy chart reading. Breaker panel folds down to access wires and electrical system. Volt and Amp meters with key controlled charging system below. Separate panel for bilge pump switches. Additional VHF, chart plotter and radar mounted on bulkhead. Drop in laptop computer storage under counter top.

Dining Bar

Dining bar on starboard side has (4) drawers under countertop. (4) easily removable mounted stools with storage compartments between mounts (perfect sized for CDs). Mounted on forward bulkhead are the flat screen TV, play station/DVD player, and stereo. Above are the Weems and Plath clock and barometer mounted on fold down panel for easy access to batteries. Opposite to port is the Love Seat settee with a huge storage area for food underneath. There is a small bookshelf on the forward end with a fireplace mounted on the bulkhead over top.

Hull

Outer Hulls

The outer hulls are basically mirror images of each other. Two large (48″x78″) double berths are located over the wings. There are shoe storage lockers at the foot of each bunk. Each bunk also has (2) reading lamps, (2) HELLAS fans, a hurricane lantern and a small shelf on the forward end. Outside the bunks are (4) storage cubbyholes built in underneath. The forward end of the outer hulls has a mirrored door on the hanging locker. Outboard are (6) doors with tilt out bins for clothes. There are (3) opening ports and overhead hatches for excellent light and ventilation. Aft of each bunk is a large storage area port side is open for containers, but starboard side has built in shelves and access to the air conditioning. There is 5’6″ headroom in the out hulls.  The chain locker has a fiber glassed in drain with a sub floor angle to the drain, which leaves no standing water after the anchor is hoisted.

Head

Head is located forward in center hull. Solid Birdseye and opaque LEXSAN doors for privacy. Stainless stel sink to starboard with stainless steel container mounted over. Compartmentalized vanity and large oval mirror with sitting stool. Hurricane lantern mounted near sink. Sitting area forward with holding tank under and access to chain locker through watertight opening in culkhead. Two large cabinets on the port side also house a 4 roll toilet paper dispenser which leads to a slot under the cabinet next to head. There are more storage bins above the cabinet. (4) opening portholes, (1) large hatch, (2) Halogen lights and (2) fans keep this room fresh and bright. There are also (2) removable flushing handles, (2) towel racks and (2) more cabinets under the sink.

Galley

Galley is just to port of the companionway entrance. Stove and oven aft with stainless steel panels for heat protection. Also stainless steel on bottom of microwave shelf over stove. Large storage under oven and 4 small drawers. Port side has a pantry shelf with included bins for food staples. Lift up panel for silverware and utensils under countertop. (4) spice racks and instant hot water heater mounted on bulkhead. Sink and counter with overhead dish hutch and AC/DC refrigerator freezer under. Near window to cockpit is Weems & Plath chrome plated bronze hurricane oil lantern. Wine glass rack hangs under hutch.

FORCE 10 (2) burner stove and oven with broiler

SAMSUNG stainless steel microwave NORCOLD AC/DC refrigerator with freezer

WOLTER Instant Hot Water Heater

PUR 80E Watermaker

Pressurized Water System

Electronics and Navigational Equipment

AUTOHELM ST4000 with remote

(3) Barometers: WEEMS & PLATH on bulkhead, weather base

(2) Chart Plotters: RAYTHEON RC420 and STANDARD HORIZON CP1000C

(2) Compasses: DANFORTH Constellation at helm and small RITCHIE in head

Depth Sounder: STANDARD HORIZON MD150

GPS: STANDARD HORIZON MD150

Speed and Distance: STANDARD HORIZON SL150

Radar: JRC 1000 24 mile

Stereo: AM/FM/CD player with (3) zone speaker system

Engine Tachometer

(3) VHF radios:

STANDARD HORIZON Intrepid at helm

APELCO in Interior

Handheld WEATHER BASE 20 by West Marine: measures wind speed and directions, rain gauge,

barometer, temp. dew point, and more.

STANDARD HORIZON CP1000C: color GPS and data monitor at helm. Interfaced with all

electronics on board.

TV: SHARP Aquos 13″ LCD flat screen 12V

Wind Generator: AIREX with electronic brake

Playstation: SONY PS2 with DVD player

Electrical System

***Entire boat was professionally rewired in 2004. All wires are labeled at both ends. All wires go from breaker panel to sub AGC fuse block system. Every electrical device has its own fuse. All marine grade wire accessed behind sub walls.

35-amp Alternator

5-gel batteries WM GRP 24-360 amp hours

Guest CHARGE PRO (3) stage Battery charger

New panel and fuse system all BLUE SEAS brand

Soft Shore power cord

Wired for 110v and 12v

HONDA 2000Eu Generator

C Volt 175 Invertor

(2) 75watt ICP solar panels

SOLAR PRO Voltage Regulator

GATOR halogen reading lamps

Deck and Hull

Cockpit cushions & pillows

MAGMA NEWPORT propane BBQ grill with cover

MOB Strobe light

LEVLO Gauge

Cockpit Sunscreen Curtains and Awnings

(3) 2.5 gallon Propane Tanks

Deck Hatches:

(7) 12×12″ BOMAR

(4) 24×24″ BOMAR

(10) BEXSON Portholes

LOTS OF VENTILATION

Hardtop over Cockpit

(3) Anchors:

Main: 5/16″ BBB 125ft + 200ft line

Stern: 1/4″ 50ft Chain + 200ft line

Chain stoppers

Boarding Ladder

Bow roller with large cleat

WELLS Stainless Steel Arch across stern

ST CROIX Stainless Steel Dinghy Davits

EPIRB 406 MAGNUM B

Dock lines and fenders

Horn

(10) Life Jackets

(2) Life Slings

Running and Anchor Lights

Search Light

All Seacocks Bronze on mostly MARLON through-hulls

SIMPSON LAWRENCE SD High Speed Anchor Windlass (manual)

Engine /Mechanical Equipment

MERMAID Reverse Cycle Heat & Air Conditioning

Anchor alarm on chart plotter

Engine is fresh water cooled

Dual RACOR fuel filter system

Fuel shut off valve

78 gallons of diesel in (2) tanks

NEWPORT DICKENSON fireplace/heater

9 gallon holding tank

(2) Bilge pumps but wired for (6)

MORSE Engine controls with TEL FLEX RED line cables

Oil pressure and temp red lights (visual & audible alarm)

SUREFLOW water pump with spare

Stainless Steel shaft with PSS Dripless stuffing box

Wheel Steering

Sails and Rigging

All Stainless Steel rigging

Double backstay

HARKEN Roller furling

All lines led to cockpit through Spin Lock cleats

Main with (2) reef points

Jib

Genoa

Spinnaker

12ft HARKEN traveler

Aluminum Mast

(2) LEWMAR 30 sheet winches

(2) LEWMAR 16 Halyard winches on mast

(1) Self tailing LEWMAR for stern anchor

Description

Originally boat was bought basically new in 2000 and the original owners decided to upgrade and remodel the interior to a more modern look. This boat has been meticulously cared for and shows beautifully.  Cruised in Mexico for 6 years.

Bought by Julia Brown in 2008, and further enhanced.